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Eleena Tovar | 20 May, 2017, 05:27

Lenovo launched two new budget phones this week, the Moto C and the Moto C Plus.

Lenovo's now global-focused Moto-branded smartphone lineup is about to get super-confusing and crowded, especially in the mid-range segment, but the Moto C and C Plus are fairly straightforward and easy to remember.

The new Moto C and Moto C Plus will be going on sale in Latin Europe, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific beginning this spring. We have already know about Moto handsets like Moto Z, Mot X, Moto E and Moto C, previously leaked by the popular tipster Evan Blass. Both the variants packs just 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The Plus model also includes dual-sim card support and a microSD card slot. Both these cameras are come accompanied with LED flash for capturing images even in low light conditions. The Moto C Plus bestows a 5-inch display with HD 1280×720 pixel resolution.

According to Specifications, the Entry-level Smartphone runs on 7.0 Android Nougat along with 5-inch FWVGA (480×854 pixels) displays.

Let's take more details about the Moto C and C Plus smartphones from here.

In Europe, the Moto C 3G variant with 8GB of storage has been priced at 89 Euro ($97), while the 4GB variant with the same 8GB of internal memory will cost 99 Euro ($108).

Both new smartphones also come in a wide variety of chic colors including Metallic Cherry, Pearl White, Fine Gold and Starry Black.

While Motorola hasn't listed any display specs (size, resolution or type), the company does add that the C Plus has the bigger screen. Fortunately, the presentation video of this particular phone is leaked on the China's Baidu website that the device is powered by latest Snapdragon 660 SoC, 64GB internal storage along with 4GB of RAM, and a 3800 mAh battery. The Moto C Plus will have a batter 8MP camera on its rear side, while the Moto C will only be featuring a 5MP shooter. The images don't really seem to contradict anything that had been rumored before, and show off a physical home button on the front, a single camera with flash on the back, and what looks like a 3.5 mm audio port on top.